At least 11 people were killed in Cameroon after two bomb attacks executed by Boko Haram.
Details of the bombs are still sketchy, as news sources are giving conflicting reports. Some say the attack was carried out by two female suicide bombers, while other say the source of the explosions were two bombs planted at a bar.
For instance, First Post reports:
At least 11 people were killed when two female suicide bombers blew themselves up near an army camp in troubled northern Cameroon in an attack blamed on Boko Haram Islamists.
President Paul Biya condemned the “cowardly and odious” attack, which took place on Sunday, and said he had given “strict instructions to the defence and security forces to secure our country.”
On the other hand, CBS News reports:
Two bombs planted by suspected Boko Haram fighters went off at a bar in a northern town in Cameroon, killing at least 14 people, a military spokesman said Monday.
Col. Didier Badjeck said three Chadian soldiers were among those killed Sunday in Fotokol, a town on the border with Nigeria’s Borno state. He said no Cameroonian soldiers were hurt.
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